In 2016, LNS released their first album, "Among the Forgotten". The second album, "Into the Aftermath was released in 2017 and not only did the group vastly begin building their online presence and catching the eyes of regional promoters. The Band was awarded opening slots for National and International acts such as Drowning Pool, Red, Saliva, Thousand Foot Crutch, Adelitas Way, The Veer Union, Royal Bliss, Flaw, Bobaflex, Cage 9, Shamans Harvest, and so many others!
In 2018, continuing a busy regional touring regiment, LNS was names best rock band of Utah and were chosen as 1 of 5 National Finalists for the Cumulus Media "Next2Rock" Battle, a National Competition in Los Angeles. They flew to Los Angeles to participate in the competition and even though they didn't place first, the experience was eye opening.
In 2019-2020, LNS has seen their Spotify monthly listeners double to over 55,000 and the track, "Angel" has over 1M spins on Spotify and 1.5M veiws on Youtube. LNS travelled to Vancouver, Canada to hit the studio with Singer/Songwriter/Producer/The Veer Union Frontman, Crispin Earl to record their 3rd album with goals of refining their sound and bringing the band to a National/International level. Shortly after, LNS announced they signed a deal with Rock Shop Records (RSR) and released their first new track, "Monster" Which peaked in the top 30 on the Billboard Rock Charts and top 20 on Foundations Rock Charts.
In August of 2021 the band released their single "Strong Enough To Live (featuring The Veer Union)" which shattered all expectations by reaching the top 20 of the Billboard Rock Charts and top 5 of the Foundations Rock Charts.
The newest album titled "From Ruins" is now available on all streaming platforms.
in the media
KBER 101.1 - Band Interview 2/14/17
KBER 101.1 - Band Interview 1/14/18
Featured on Spaceuntravel
Featured on The Cock and Crow Show
Featured on Behind the Scream with Melanie
Featured on MontageRock
Voted Best Local Rock Band in Utah - Next2Rock
Finalists in Next2Rock Nationals - InsideRadio Article